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Peavey and RedOne present ‘Ladies Night at DJ Expo’

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This is a news release from Peavey Electronics

The feeling is right for “Ladies Night at DJ Expo,” presented by Peavey Electronics® and GRAMMY® winning producer RedOne on Tuesday, August 16, at the Blue Velvet Theater in Scores Atlantic City – Trump Taj Mahal. From 6:30-8:30 p.m., a lineup of all-female artists and DJ’s including DJ PonFetti, DJ NYLA, DJ Ria, Samantha J, and Sophia Del Carmen, will entertain partygoers with the support of best-in-class Peavey® audio.

Most noted for producing Lady Gaga’s hit “Poker Face” along with other artists such as Pitbull, Enrique Iglesias, Nicki Minaj, Jennifer Lopez, and Britney Spears, RedOne will co-host the event hot off his DJ Expo keynote Q&A earlier that day. Joining RedOne will be Peavey artist and DJ Keith Shocklee/Wizard K-Jee. As an original member of Public Enemy and The Bomb Squad, Shocklee contributed his talent to several critically acclaimed albums and co-produced hit singles such as “Bring the Noise” and “Fight the Power,” both of which were ranked on Rolling Stone’s list of 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

All DJ Expo attendees are invited to “Ladies Night at DJ Expo,” with Full Expo and Special Event badge holders given priority entry. Members of the public may also attend and are encouraged to arrive early at the venue. A full DJ roster will be announced soon. RSVP on Facebook for updates.
Peavey® proudly sponsors and exhibits at DJ Expo, which will take place August 15-18, 2016, at the Trump Taj Mahal. First presented by DJ Times in 1990, DJ Expo has grown to be one of the industry’s longest-running and best-attended trade shows with a program that includes 25 educational seminars and an exhibit hall full of top gear. For more information and to register, visit www.thedjexpo.com

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